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sputnik moment

Way back in the 1960s, the United States was arguably the most advanced country when it came to space exploration (where do you think they picked up the term “This isn’t rocket science”). However, the Soviet Union launched the first satellite, the Sputnik 1, and beat the…

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GMAT prep

What did you do – Nail it, Miss it, Guess it, Time it, or Screw it?   If you were to ask me the top reason why students are not able to improve on their scores it is this – INABILITY TO INTERNALIZE THE QUESTIONS (caps intended!). One of the key…

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mistakes

Over the last decade I have spent countless hours with thousands of students, helping them understand why their scores were not going up. I have come to the conclusion that the root of all lies in the same four basic problems in our approach to test-taking.     1. Brute Force Approach:…

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OG 11th Edition v/s OG 12th Edition

Posted on January 01, 2011
GMAT OG

Done with the OG 12 and hunting for more material? Well, your search ends here. The Official Guides (OGs) are labeled the ‘Bible for GMAT’ with the latest edition being the OG 12, which was released in 2009 and contains 800+ retired questions from the GMAT.   Once…

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Why GMAT is Like Sachin Tendulkar

Posted on December 23, 2010

An interesting anecdote that I read in Aamir Khan’s blog was about an incident with Sachin Tendulkar. This was when they were watching the finals of the first IPL. Since the Mumbai Indians had not qualified, Aamir was sitting next to Sachin. I reproduce in toto:  

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CAT exam

With about a month or so to go, the question that junta is asking at this point is not “Do I have it in me to crack CAT?” as much as “Do I have it in me to crack me in crack CAT in a month?”

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GMAT_OG_13

A common trouble for a lot of GMAT test takers is to figure out for given RAW scores what would be the corresponding scores ?   Here is a nice little table to compute your scaled scores, given that you have the sum of Q and V raw scores:   48-50 = 400 49-51…

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